Strength and Power Impaired Following Various Conditioning Protocols

Due to time and equipment constraints, coaches often hold strength workouts and conditioning workouts on the same day despite this being less than ideal as a result of the interference effect. With smaller weight rooms (or bigger teams), coaches will sometimes split the team into groups and have one group start in the weight room …

Read moreStrength and Power Impaired Following Various Conditioning Protocols

For access to this article, you must be a current NASE member. Please log in to your account or purchase your NASE membership.

The interference effect in females

With strength and conditioning training, it’s not just about getting the workouts in, but also when and how you get the workouts in. Developing strength, power and fitness all at the same time are common objectives for team sport athletes. Strength and power facilitate explosive movements and speed on the field and promote increases in …

Read moreThe interference effect in females

For access to this article, you must be a current NASE member. Please log in to your account or purchase your NASE membership.

Reducing the Interference Effect During Concurrent Training

One of the most difficult challenges that team-sport coaches are faced with is developing an effective training program that maximizes conditioning and strength/power development in their athletes. Further, getting both fitness and neuromuscular qualities to peak congruently for competition is extremely hard to do. The reason why this is such a challenging task is because …

Read moreReducing the Interference Effect During Concurrent Training

For access to this article, you must be a current NASE member. Please log in to your account or purchase your NASE membership.